Hot Weather Safety for Older Adults

When the temperatures climb dangerously high, these tips can keep you and your loved one safe.
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Day Trips for Caregivers Within 2 Hours of New York City

Day Trips for Caregivers Within 2 Hours of New York City

Being in nature can boost your health. Here are parks and gardens that are accessible to caregivers in the NYC area. Read More
Tips on Caring for the Caregiver

Tips on Caring for the Caregiver

Caring for a loved one who has a chronic medical condition can often be filled with ups and downs, as you learn to take care of that person. Read More
Practicing Mindfulness to Relieve Caregiver Stress

Practicing Mindfulness to Relieve Caregiver Stress

As a caregiver, it is of utmost importance to get a handle on stress before it gets the best of you. One effective stress-busting tool is the practice of mindfulness. Read More
When Self-Care Seems Impossible

When Self-Care Seems Impossible

Forget about activities that require lengthy blocks of time or spending money you don’t have. Instead, think of self-care as something you can do to make your life just a little bit easier. Read More
A Caregiver’s Checklist: Make Your Health a Priority

A Caregiver’s Checklist: Make Your Health a Priority

Take care of yourself so you can take care of your loved one. Read More
3 Steps to Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

3 Steps to Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

Sound sleep may be the key to building immunity and maintaining health. These tips can help you get a good night’s rest. Read More
A Caregiver’s Guide to Setting Goals

A Caregiver’s Guide to Setting Goals

Often, how successful you are at meeting goals isn’t a matter of willpower. Make yours achievable with these 3 steps. Read More
Make Exercise Part of Your Life

Make Exercise Part of Your Life

Take these steps before you start an exercise program to avoid injury and increase your odds of sticking with it. Read More
Snacking, Stress, and Caregiving

Snacking, Stress, and Caregiving

When faced with stressful situations, many of us react with emotional eating and reach for caffeine, sugary or high-fat snacks, and fast foods. But choosing the right snacks can help you manage stress and may help boost mood. Read More
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